1 1⁄2 oz Demerara Rum
3⁄4 oz Braulio
1⁄2 oz Lime juice
3⁄4 oz Demerara syrup

Crushed ice. Mix. Pour into a Collins glass with two pineapple fronds.


A riff on the Jungle Bird.

I used Hamilton 86.

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HallA commented on 8/10/2022:

It's good, there is a weird, pleasant note that I'm reading as coconut-ey off the combination of the braulio and the pineapple. Lots of foam.

Interesting twist on the Jungle Bird. The cedar/pine of the Braulio stands up to the other flavors. Perhaps slightly sweeter than needed, I might try 1/2 of Demerara syrup next time, but still quite nice. Mine was considerably darker than the image (used Hamilton 86 rum.)

Super great. Braulio an inspired Campari sub. For me it’s a tiki drink so the sweetness is spot on.